Seascape Soap Company was born after a chance visit to a local art and wine festival. It was there HSMG Member, Lisa Tarris purchased her first bar of handmade soap. Since then, she has spent untold hours researching a variety of soapmaking methods and ingredients, all with the goal of creating bath and body products everyone will enjoy.
The best part about creating her own soap, Lisa has found, is knowing what’s in it, and better yet, what’s not in it! One of her highlights in talking to customers is discussing the benefits of handmade soap versus commercially-produced soap.
Being an extreme bath and body product junky, Lisa is dedicated to making the best bar of soap possible. It wasn’t enough for her to stop there, however. That’s why she packages all of her Seascape Soap products using recyclable and/or biodegradable materials.
Lisa’s husband, Trent, offers an endless supply of encouragement for her thoughts and ideas. Serving as the Company’s photographer and computer whiz, he can even wrap a mean bar of soap when orders need to be fulfilled.
While Lisa works toward her long-term goal of turning her soap- making hobby into a full-time career, she is selling her products through an Etsy shop at www.seascapesoap.etsy.com and will be launching her own online store, www.seascapesoap.com, in the near future.
Thank you Lisa and Trent for the beautiful soap and professional quality photography that will be in the HSMG‘s 2010 national magazine advertising benefiting all members.